Monday, August 08, 2011
It might look cute on little girls (I never had rosy cheeks as a little girl. My illness obsessed mother used to say I look pale and wan most of the time, but I don't know if I truly did) Now I do have rosy cheeks and it definitely is not flattering on a 52 year old.
This is one reason why I want to avoid tea and coffee, apparently these things can have an effect. I wonder if exercise will get rid of my rosy cheeks
Oh, alcohol too is supposed to be a culprit, so shandy's are out - anyway my nutrition tracker doesn't like them much. By the way, if any other 'mature' sparkies out there have given rosy cheeks the push, please share your secrets with me. Ta very much
Completely unrelated but I'm really warming up to the idea of exercise. Now I'm not frightened of expiring during a brisk walk (also inherited from hypochondriac mother). Next week we are on holiday from work and hubby and I plan some long daily walks. Hubby is very fit, and the dogs are always in the mood for a bunny chase. (fast bunnies, slow, dogs, but it's all fun). Can't wait.